Adelaide The Seer Reveals Why She Failed To Sign For Dope Nation – Watch Video

 Adelaide The Seer Reveals Why She Failed To Sign For Dope Nation – Watch Video

Budding Ghanaian singer, Adelaide the Seer, has in a new interview revealed why she is no longer under the management of the music duo Dope Nation.

In an interview with GhanaWeb’s Elsie Lamar on Talkertaiment monitored by zionfelix.net, the powerful-voiced singer stated that before their musical marriage could start in earnest, she requested some time to attend to her health needs, but the twin brothers were not happy about it.

“It wasn’t really an issue. I had to go on a health break. So considering the break and everything around me, I felt I shouldn’t sign because it was going to come with a lot of responsibilities so I just had to pull out,” she said.

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Asked how she initially got in touch with them, Adelaide said;

“Everybody saw me out with them some months ago and this was because they were running a promo; they were giving beats to five up-and-coming artistes and they chose me first; so that is when we did ‘Wire Me’. So after Wire Me, it got interesting and that’s when we did ‘What A God’; and there’s one more song that hasn’t been released.”

When the issues about how her social media pages which were created for her by Dope Nation came up, Adelaide said that she was told that since she couldn’t sign with them, they couldn’t give her the handles.

Watch the interview below

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